Book Review: Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

★★★★★ The ultimate feel-good book. A perfect read for anyone who is just looking to have a good time. Book CWs HomophobiaRacismSexual HarassmentSex scenes Premise Alex Claremont-Diaz is the First Son of the United States under his presidential mother. He is handsome, smart, relatable, and though he despises Prince Henry of Wales, he never lets … Continue reading Book Review: Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

Book Review: The Revolution of Birdie Randolph

Rating: 3/5 A coming of age story that I never really felt connected to. Book CWs RacismPolice BrutalityAbuseDrug/Alcohol Abuse Premise Dove (Birdie) Randolph has always been who her parents (more specifically, her mom) wanted her to be. Just a sophomore in high school, Birdie is already forced to do everything in her power to prepare … Continue reading Book Review: The Revolution of Birdie Randolph

Book Review: One of Us Is Lying

Rating: 4/5 An interesting story reminiscent of The Breakfast Club but...with murder. Book CWs Character DeathAbusive RelationshipsHomophobiaViolence Premise Five classmates find themselves in detention for violations that they didn't actually commit and that's not even the beginning of their troubles. Only four of them make it out alive. Now each of them are suspects in … Continue reading Book Review: One of Us Is Lying

Book Review: Wilder Girls by Rory Power

Rating: 4.5/5 I read this book for House Battles and it turned out to be much more than I thought. I was happily surprised! Book CWs DiseaseCharacter DeathAnimal DeathProfanity Premise Raxter School for Girls, a boarding school located on a remote island, is forced into quarantine after a mysterious disease breaks out, infecting and killing … Continue reading Book Review: Wilder Girls by Rory Power

Book Review: Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

Rating: 4/5 Outrageously cute and addictive Book CWs HomophobiaLesbophobic commentsBullyingBlackmail Premise Jacques and Blue have been email penpals ever since they met through the school's tumblr. They are both juniors at the same high school and they are both closeted gay men. Neither of them have revealed their true name. Simon (Jacques) forgets to log … Continue reading Book Review: Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

Book Review: When You Read This by Mary Adkins (My First Real Post!)

Rating: 4.5/5 A fast an enjoyable read told through nonconventional means. Not much else to say. I didn’t give it a 5 simply because I wanted more from the ending but I’m not exactly sure what.  Book CW: character death, cancer, profanity Premise The book is a compilation of emails, text messages, and blog posts.  … Continue reading Book Review: When You Read This by Mary Adkins (My First Real Post!)